Her passion for Birmingham and others shines through her work as an ABC 33/40 news anchor. Meet today’s FACE of Birmingham, Javanté Ingram.
If you’re loading up on handfuls of vitamins and supplements, you may be doing more harm than good. We talked to health experts to find out if you need to be popping pills each day.
A nationally recognized author and local student advocate, Gin Phillips uses storytelling to move her readers and to inspire students. Meet today’s FACE of Birmingham.
Eryka Perry is determined to make Not Just Catering live up to its name. Her catering company cultivates adventurous, knowledgeable, healthy and happy eaters.
As Director of Development for Children’s of Alabama, she’s a “matchmaker” of community resources with hospital needs. Meet Chandler Bibb.
She’s spent nearly 20 years sharing the traditions, food and culture of the Lebanese community through the St. Elias Lebanese Food and Cultural Festival. Meet LaVonne Williamson, today’s FACE of Birmingham!
In the cradle of the Civil Rights movement, a new kind of heroine emerges, illuminating Alabama’s oft-unsung, courageous and rich tapestry of diverse cultures. Meet Khaula Hadeed.
She’s debunking the myth of the delicate, docile Southern female, and giving girls in the South a platform to share their voices. Meet Shauna Stuart, today’s FACE of Birmingham.
This self-motivated 22-year-old is poised to become a media mogul, an inspiring example of progress for feminism and diversity in the heart of the Magic City.
When she’s not exposing our city’s children to the arts, she’s hosting racial reconciliation workshops, mentoring local students and helping low-income families. Meet T. Marie King.
Andrea Taylor’s resume will astound you. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute CEO is changing the face of our city with her forward-thinking initiatives.
Andrea Taylor’s resume will astound you. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute CEO is changing the face of her city with her forward-thinking initiatives.